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Application Integrator - Web App Breaks

Hello,

Has anyone tried to use the Application Integrator to bring in a web application into an iview, and the web application breaks in the iview? I am trying to display an i2 web application in an application integrator iview. The usermapping/authentication works and I'm logged into the web application, but once in the application breaks, giving application errors.

If I create a standard URL iview and just hard code the userid and password in the parameters, the application works correctly.

So it seems the application integrator is doing something that is breaking the web app.

Has anyone come across something similar?

Keith

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2004 at 07:09 AM

    did you try isolated mode?

    did you compare the source of the 2 pages? Are there any differences?

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      The documentation says that the isolation method is set to URL. But I tried EMBEDDED and PUMPED also. All three are the same result, breaks the application. How do I "compare the source of the 2 pages"? I'm a little confused on what you are asking. Do you mean the a page the iview gets put on or the iview itself? I have not put the iview on a page yet since its not working.

      thanks

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